What is Picture to People ?

"Picture to People" (P2P) is a huge Computer Graphics project. It was started to create new softwares able to make 2D drawing, 3D rendering, vexel drawing, text effects, photo effects, image filtering and other complex Computer Graphics operations. It has been made from scratch, including its low level Computer Graphics libraries like Maccala. Nowadays, most final features produced for this project are released as free online tools available from its official website. This blog talks about Computer Graphics, mainly concerning Picture to People development.

"Only who makes has true knowledge. Knowledge is control. True power depends on total control. Only who makes from scratch has the real power."

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Vexel drawings from photos: example 5

Yet another vector based drawing made using Picture to People artistic vexel renderer.

Once more, I try to show you how this renderer can generate a large variety of nice and unusual images starting from photos.

This tool is already online in P2P official website. It's the "Art Vexels" item at left side main menu.

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Vexel drawings from photos: example 4

Now I show you a forth example of Picture to People artistic vexel drawings.

As always, the input was the same photo. For each new example, I try to show a result with nice differences compared to the last one.

This tool has so many configuration options that its use is not obvious.

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Vexel drawings from photos: example 3

Here you see one more result from Picture to People artistic vexel renderer.

As promised, I have used the same input image. The original photo can be seen two posts below.

As you can see, my vexel drawing library has a good level of configuration, so user can get different stylistic pieces of art from photos.

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Monday, May 4, 2009

Vexel drawings from photos: example 2

As promised, for a while I will publish here several vexel drawing examples made using my vexel libraries. So you will be able to have a good idea about the power of a parameterized vexel renderer.

To favor a comparative viewing, I will use always the same input photo. Emphasis is about artistic and innovative outputs. Keep in mind that some results can be not so good for some kinds of images and very useful for other ones.

Below you can see the second vexel based result. The original image is showed in the previous post.

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